Recipes With Boiled Noodles – What To Make With Leftover Boiled Noodles, Snacks Recipes With Noodles


Often we make noodles at home, but due to lack of proper understanding of the quantity of noodles, sometimes we boil more noodles. After making chowmein or noodles, we throw away the leftover noodles or make chowmein again the next day. But the chow mein of leftover noodles doesn’t taste so good. 

If you have boiled too many noodles, do not throw them away because in today’s article we are going to tell you three interesting recipes of boiled noodles. 

These recipes are not only tasty to eat but at the same time they are also very easy to make. 

Trust me, from kids to adults, these noodles recipes will be very much liked. 

Let’s know what you can make with boiled noodles.

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Noodles Cutlet 

To make noodles cutlets, mash two large boiled ones in a plate. 

Now add finely chopped capsicum, onion, green chili, green coriander, corn and frozen peas and mix it well. 

After this, add spices like red chili, garam masala, amchur powder etc.

to this mixture. If you want, you can also use Maggi masala, it makes the noodles cutlets more tasty. Now add boiled noodles and salt and mix the whole mixture well with hands. 

Now take two spoons of all purpose flour and cornflour in a bowl. Also add salt and pepper to it and prepare a solution by mixing water. 

Now apply a little oil in your palms and make cutlets from the noodles mixture. 

First put the cutlets in the maida and cornflour solution and coat them well. After this, coat the cutlets well with bread crumbs. 

Now deep fry the cutlets in a pan or shallow fry the pan and serve with chutney or ketchup. 

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Noodles Dumplings 

To make noodles pakodas, take gram flour and two spoons of corn flour in a large bowl and add water to make a light thick batter. 

Now add chopped onion, cabbage, capsicum, green chili, ginger and coriander to it. 

Now add red chili, garam masala and salt and mix it well. 

After this, add boiled noodles and mix everything well once again. 

Now heat oil in a pan and fry the pakodas with the mixture. 

Serve hot pakodas with green chutney and ketchup. 

Cheesy Noodles Pockets 

To make Cheesy Noodles Pockets, heat two spoons of oil in a pan. 

Now add cumin seeds and vegetables like finely chopped onions, carrots, capsicum and peas and fry lightly for a few minutes. 

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Now add red chili, Maggi masala, black pepper and salt to it. 

Remove this mixture in a plate and add boiled noodles and grated cheese and mix it well. 

After this take some bread slices and cut off their edges and separate them. 

Roll out the white part of the bread with the help of a rolling pin and make it thin. Now take two spoons of flour in a bowl and prepare a thick batter by adding water. 

After this, pour the mixture of noodles and vegetables on top of the bread. 

Apply flour mixture on the edges of the bread and seal the bread well. 

Now heat oil in a pan and fry the bread pockets in it. 

Enjoy Cheesy Noodle Pockets with Chili Ketchup or Mint Chutney.

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